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Series 19: Tyler Family (Location: Blissiana vertical files).

Folder 1: Royall Tyler Diary (manuscript photocopy) (1902). (The original photocopy of the manuscript, the present whereabouts of which is unknown, is in the Walter Muir Whitehill Archives of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Mass.: Ms. N-2177, carton no. 70.)

Folder 2: Royall Tyler Correspondence with Joan Maragall (1907–1910) (photocopies). (Original correspondence is in the Biblioteca de Catalunya, Barcelona.)

Folder 3: Royall Tyler, The Englishwoman Articles (photocopies) (1909).

Item 1: “Essays on Masterpieces: I,” The Englishwoman 1, no. 1 (1909): 72–8.

Item 2: “Essays on Masterpieces: II,” The Englishwoman 1, no. 2 (1909): 180–85.

Item 3: “Essays on Masterpieces,” The Englishwoman 2, no. 4 (1909): 441–46.

Item 4: “Essays on Masterpieces,” The Englishwoman 2, no. 5 (1909): 544–52.

Item 5: “Essays on Masterpieces,” The Englishwoman 3, no. 7 (1909): 97–103.

Item 6: “Essays on Masterpieces,” The Englishwoman 3, no. 8 (1909): 229–36.

Item 7: “The Home of Medieval Architecture,” The Englishwoman 4, no. 10 (1909): 72–9.

Folder 4: Royall Tyler, Saturday Review Articles (1910–1912) (photocopies).

Item 1: “The Mohammedan Art at Munich,” Saturday Review 110, no. 2856 (1910): 110–11.

Item 2: “Primitive Persian Art,” Saturday Review 110, no. 2873 (1910): 640–41.

Item 3: “The Kelekian Collection at South Kensington,” Saturday Review 111, no. 2887 (1911): 237–38.

Item 4: “Medieval Sculpture in France: I,” Saturday Review 111, no. 2892 (1911): 387–88.

Item 5: “Medieval Sculpture in France: II,” Saturday Review 111, no. 2893 (1911): 418–19.

Item 6: “The Prado’s New Primitive,” Saturday Review 112, no. 2907 (1911): 74–5.

Item 7: “The Tapestries of Zamora,” Saturday Review 112, no. 2913 (1911): 263–65.

Item 8: “The New Far-Eastern Rooms in the Louvre,” Saturday Review 114, no. 2946 (1912): 455–56.

Folder 5: Royall Tyler Autobiography (manuscript photocopy) (ca. 1910–1919). (The original is in the Walter Muir Whitehill Archives of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Mass.: Ms. N-2177, carton no. 70.)

Folder 6: Royall Tyler Correspondence (1919–1952) (photocopies and holographs).

Folder 7: Antigny-le-Château, Elisina Tyler Diary (1940–1941) (photocopy) with a three-page introduction by William Royall Tyler.

Folder 8: Antigny-le-Château, William Royall Tyler, “Antigny au cours des siècles,” published by Centre Beaunois d’Études Historiques (1957).

Folder 9: “The Study of the Castelvecchio Family” (manuscript excerpts photocopies), by William Royall Tyler, Antigny-le-Château (1980–1983). The commercial book publication of this material: William R. Tyler, formatted and supplemented by Royall Tyler, The Castelvecchio Family (New South Wales, Australia, 2014) is located at 056 book shelving.

Folder 10: Royall Tyler Biography by Offie Soldin, Dumbarton Oaks Docent (2000).

Folder 11: Bonaparte Family Memorabilia Auction (2011). (Descriptions of 13 items from the collection of Elisina Tyler, Antigny-le-Château, France, consigned by her granddaughter, Eve Tyler Thompson, and sold by Paris Fontainebleau Osenat on December 3, 2011.)

Folder 12: Royall Tyler, Bibliographic Citations.

Folder 13: Royall Tyler, UNOG Library Archives, Geneva (photocopies).